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    No, but when my wife was pregnant with our first child, she did a poo that took over an hour to get out and was about the size of my leg from the knee down. It was so amazingly huge that she called me in to look at it, and I've never seen such a pitiful sight. It peered out over the rim, with the blank stare of a dead otter. She was in floods of tears, though well prepared for the delivery the following month.

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    Quote Originally Posted by glf
    No, but when my wife was pregnant with our first child, she did a poo that took over an hour to get out and was about the size of my leg from the knee down. It was so amazingly huge that she called me in to look at it, and I've never seen such a pitiful sight. It peered out over the rim, with the blank stare of a dead otter. She was in floods of tears, though well prepared for the delivery the following month.
    "Dead", you say? Scandal, sirrah!

    Any biologist will tell you that the wet bulk of feces is, in the majority, composed of live bacteria.

    Look closely as you flush. There it is, swirling around the bowl, waving and saying, "Fare thee well!"

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    There was no swirling with that beast. It had to be wrapped in a blanket and buried at sea.

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    [quote=Vieux NormandLook closely as you flush. There it is, swirling around the bowl, waving and saying, "Fare thee well!"[/quote]

    But bacteria are too small to see. That's why my daughter says "bye bye corn".

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    Kashi cereal every morning!! Cinnamon harvest tastes good and has protein and fiber.

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